A plantation worker holds palm oil fruits. Photo: Reuters

Malaysia and Indonesia threaten boycott of EU products, say millions of farmers risk losing livelihoods due to palm oil curbs

  • The Southeast Asian nations have warned of retaliatory measures and economic consequences over the European Union’s plan to curb the use of palm oil in its biofuels by 2030
  • The palm oil industry watchdog says the proposed curbs seem to be politically motivated and are a protectionist rather than an environmental issue
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A plantation worker holds palm oil fruits. Photo: Reuters
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